WARNING: Use with caution! Electric tools used in the construction of the coffee table.Materials Needed:1 Sheet of Plywood: (48” X 24”)1 Pallet: (42”X 42”)Tools: #305 Stainless Steel 3 inch x 10 ScrewsElectric SawPower Drill with variable sized Drill bits Measuring TapeHammerCrow barClamp (Optional)
When you come in from the garden, make sure mud doesn't come in with you. This mat is made of a coir, or coconut-fiber, doormat with boot brushes on each side. There should be at least 3 inches of clearance below your door so that it can open over the mat.Find a sturdy mat, and gather push-broom heads to run along its short sides. Have a sheet of 1-inch-thick marine-grade plywood cut to size at a lumberyard; its width should equal the mat's, and its length should equal the mat's plus the...
<div>Less is more with Synnes Chair, a distinctively modern take on the classic Scandinavian dining chair from one of the regions most exciting young designers, Falke Svatun. The chair came to life when the Norwegian had the idea of inserting a sheet of plywood into the seat, with a curved backrest to maximize sturdiness. A graduate of Norm Architects and Sren Rose Studio, Falke established his studio in 2014.</div><div><span style="font-family: thewavelight, Arial; font-size…
World map. I got a 4x8 sheet of half-inch plywood cut into thirds at Home Depot to end up with 3 pieces of 32x48" -- a good size to fill the empty wall in the dining room. With one-inch spacing, it gave me 32x48 pixels. I scaled down a world map to that size and posterized it to 5 colors (white + 4 shades of gray).
This great-looking headboard features an arched top and floating side tables. By changing the finish, you can customize it to match your style. This one is designed for a Queen mattress. The whole thing is made from one sheet of oak plywood, an oak 1x12 board, and two rolls of iron-on veneer edging. Get the free DIY plans at buildsomething.com
dress, apparently its easy to sew: It's just 4 rectangles. Measure shoulder to hem length, then girth at widest part (hips?) and divide by Add seam allowance. Sew allowing for neckline, arm holes. No pattern needed. hour, max!
Build your own deck / stage from pallets and plywood. 1) Use gravel or river rocks to level the area you want to use 2) It is easiest if you use pallets that are approx. 48" square as the standard size of plywood is 4x8 feet. 3) You will need one sheet of plywood for every two pallets, I used the 1/2 inch thickness. 4) Lay out pallets and level, then lay plywood on top. 5) Use screws to attach the plywood to the pallets (this will make it easy if you need to disassemble or move)